Knowing that you are "a spiritual being having a human experience" is eye opening and inspiring, but can it tangibly transform your life? Pioneering healer Aleya Dao does more than say yes to this question - she shows you how, with stories and practices that are as potent and fresh as a morning cup of coffee or tea. By turning to your inner world, you can work with the limitless energies that create your outer world, making strides you never thought possible. With the help of your higher self, your angelic support team, and the challenges you encounter every day, you will discover a whole new experience of empowerment, purpose, and joy.
©2016 Aleya Dao (P)2016 New World Library
I have been reading Books on consciousness, energetic healing, Quantum techniques, Mindfullness, You name it , I've read it.
Light years ahead of anything out there.
Many concepts resonate with me and others do not. Each time I want to return the audio she says something of value and I become hesitant. The reading is annoying. Too much tone inflection. Makes me want to turn it off.
I would rather hear a simple narrative instead of all the extra voice inflection. It makes it difficult to take the information seriously.
Somewhat hard to listen to but interesting.
Useful information to ponder, imo. Some concepts seem contrived but I don't know everything. I cannot discount them simply because it is unfamiliar.
I have Deepak Chopra 's "7 rules for success "in my library for 24/7/365 for ready reference and I read this whole book twice in a week. But now your this book is also going to stay just like Devine line next to spinal cord. Very good book. Try to read "Spinal meditation " on Amazon, another good book. If you read any book on SOUL development, like "Lives between life", Journey of souls" by Dr. Newton, you will see they all use "breathing techniques " which originally evolved from India by name "Prayanam ", study of knowledge to learn how to breathe.
This book resonated with so many things I have working on, listening was like being given a nice new toolbox filled with new amazing tools
I love what the book represents--the info about it and I've gone to the authors website. I simply don't care for the narration. The voice is too nasal and the expression and way of reading is slightly irritating. Too much forced breeziness! I can't focus on what is being said for the way it is said. Still I like the concepts I read about in books information page, so I will try it by reading hard copy.
I have ready a fair amount about, enlightenment, higher consciousness, etc. and I have to say Aleya did a great job expanding on multiple different things that can be accomplished through consciousness. She is a great guide into meditation.
The person reading this is painful. It is so distracting that it is taking away from the material. I could not finish because of it. It's monotone and it's as if she is just reading and not even reading well - really over the top. The reactions do not go with the sentence and I feel like she is trying to teach a guided meditation instead of reading each line. It also reminds me of a magician putting on a show. Just bad.
I could not get past the reading.
I couldn't tell you - I could not get past the 2nd chapter and the reading.
Redo this book with a different reader - it's killing the material. I may try to get the paperback. I was so excited about this book too - what a bummer.
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